On April 6, 2018 the New York State Division of Human Rights issued an Order After Investigation finding “No Probable Cause” in favor of a local municipality represented by Ted Graney. The claimant filed a complaint alleging gender discrimination, hostile work environment, discrimination based upon disability and retaliation. Mr. Graney worked closely with his client to prepare a detailed response to the charges set forth in the complaint and supported the municipality’s request for a dismissal with a variety of documents disproving the claims brought by the employee. The Regional Director of the Division of Human Rights issued a decision in favor of the municipality, concluded there was no probable cause, and dismissed the complaint in its entirety.
I have been very pleased with the capabilities and work product of Webster Szanyi attorneys. For example, Jeremy Colby is a former County Attorney who is highly effective in municipal litigation. The firm was recently retained as special counsel for a highly technical lawsuit. In a few months’ time, Webster Szanyi obtained a successful result for the Town. Jeremy’s diligent response and immediate grasp of the issues makes it a pleasure to work with this firm.
Town of Aurora and Town of Wales
Webster Szanyi attorneys are top notch. As County Attorney, I have worked with attorneys at the firm extensively for over twenty years on labor and employment and a variety of litigation matters. The quality of their work is consistently excellent, always demonstrating their commitment to providing superior, timely and cost-effective representation.
David C. Schubel